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GHS Resonator Guitar Tim Sheerhorn Signature Set, .017 - .056, TS1600

GHS Resonator Guitar Tim Sheerhorn Signature Set, .017 - .056, TS1600
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64% Recommend this product (7 of 11 responses)
By Donald D.
Have used these for years. I play the heck out of them,, they last a long time NEVER broke one! I play them HARD!!!
February 7, 2021
The best!!
ProsGreat tone on my guitars!!!
Conssometimes hard to find in stock
By Michael
Florence, MA
Great Dobro Strings
January 31, 2021
I've used a number of different strings for my resonator guitars. These GHS strings are among the best, and I appreciate the somewhat thicker top strings.
By Zack
Best Rezo strings
December 22, 2020
Best strings gift tone, lasting quality and the Aldo look great.
ProsTone, durability
By N T.
Well pleased!
December 22, 2020
One of my top 3 picks in dobro strings. Excellent tone, good sustain, and long life,
By Brandon
Medford, Oregon
Love them.
September 28, 2020
I was searching for a preferred string, I tied these due to owning a Scheerhorn. I am very pleased and am sticking with these. Great tone and feel.
By David
Gainesville, Georgia
There are basically two brands of resophonic guitar strings that are better than the others, IMHO...
April 1, 2020
There are basically two sets of resophonic guitar strings that are better than the other brands, IMHO. One is the D'Addario resophonic guitar strings -- but those are a little too bright for my taste, which is unusual because I usually like bright strings. Then there is trusty GHS. There are several GHS sets for resophonic guitar, but this is my favorite of them. They sound really nice and last plenty long. I have been using these for a while now.
By Niels A.
Northern Arizona
Love them!
November 8, 2019
Great consistency over the last five years. Really good strings, I consider the best. I have flown from California to Nashville and opened the case and they have been in tune.
By Kevin M.
ghs Rsonator strings
August 11, 2016
These strings were just fine, but not for me. They didn't last any longer than the Martin Bluegrass resonator strings. The sound was just a little bit duller than I'm used to, but still a pleasant sound and low tension strings. If you don't like nickel wound, these are worth a try.
By J S.
Bright, but noisy
July 23, 2013
If you do not use a slide and you like brightness and sustain, my review is 5 stars. They absolutely ring on my Dobro.

I pick and slide about 50/50 and the round wind really generates slide noise on the top 4 strings when played through a Fishman pick up. I just can't mute it. Played over a mic it's a little better, but still noisy. I prefer the ghs semi-flat wound for slide work, but the the two trebles on the "Cryos" are superior to the trebles on the ghs SF1650.

One solution is to mix it up with strings 1 & 2 from the TS1600 set and strings 4, 5, & 6 from the SF1650.
By Jimmy R.
March 9, 2010
BEST strings I've ever used, they last forever!
By doc
ts1600 strings
November 27, 2009
Real good strings if you play a lot. If your dobro don't get played much the strings will die quick...........but very good strings for everyday players.
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